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  • Indian-Origin Doctor Indicted of Running Illegal Pill Mill

    Indian-Origin Doctor Indicted of Running Illegal Pill Mill

    An Indian-origin doctor has been indicted by a US federal grand jury for operating an illegal prescription drug mill that resulted in the death of a patient and seriously damaged the health of others.

  • Bombs Kill 16 at UN School in Gaza Town

    Bombs Kill 16 at UN School in Gaza Town

    For more than a week, as the war engulfed their homes, families in this northern Gaza town packed up their belongings and children and headed to the one place they presumed would remain safe: the United Nations school.

  • Wreckage of Air Algerie Plane, Carrying 116 People, Found in Mali

    Wreckage of Air Algerie Plane, Carrying 116 People, Found in Mali

    An Air Algerie jetliner with 116 people on board crashed early Thursday in a remote area of Mali near the borders with Burkina Faso and Niger, officials said.

  • England and Chelsea F.C. Legend Frank Lampard Joins MLS Side New York City FC

    England and Chelsea F.C. Legend Frank Lampard Joins MLS Side New York City FC

    Frank Lampard is Chelsea's highest scorer with 211 goals since joining the West London side in 2001.

  • Airstrike Hits School Sheltering Gaza Civilians

    Airstrike Hits School Sheltering Gaza Civilians

    An apparent Israeli strike Thursday on a school sheltering Gaza residents who evacuated their homes killed and injured "multiple" people, according to the local director of the U.N. agency that is operating the shelter.

  • A Slice of Tomato Adds Life to Focaccia

    A Slice of Tomato Adds Life to Focaccia

    Focaccia, like pizza, welcomes many different toppings. This one, covered with tomatoes set over pieces of fontina, makes a terrific summer lunch. The tomatoes sweeten even more during their short time in the oven; they stay intact, but a bit of juice bleeds out, which makes the bread all the more l...

  • The Cross-Generation Dinner Table

    The Cross-Generation Dinner Table

    After two decades of living abroad, Jennifer Conlin is now back at her family home in the Midwest, where she lives in a house with her husband and children, her elderly parents and her older brother. ; (Reverse Parenting)"What's this?" my 83-year-old father will ask, poking a fork around a puffy pil...

  • First Issue of Superman's Comic Book to be Auctioned

    First Issue of Superman's Comic Book to be Auctioned

    The original copy of Superman's 76-year-old first book 'Action Comics' is set to be auctioned.

  • Israel Says Hamas Is Using Civilians as Shields in Gaza

    Israel Says Hamas Is Using Civilians as Shields in Gaza

    Militant rockets can be seen launching from crowded neighborhoods, near apartment buildings, schools and hotels.

  • Funeral Demands Justice for New York Man Choked by Police

    Funeral Demands Justice for New York Man Choked by Police

    Civil rights activist Al Sharpton led hundreds of mourners in demands for justice at the funeral for a black father of six who died after being choked by New York police.

  • Cuba Looks to Mangroves to Fend Off Rising Seas

    Cuba Looks to Mangroves to Fend Off Rising Seas

    Many people in this tiny hamlet on the southern coast of Cuba remember when the shore lay about 100 meters (yards) farther out. That was four decades ago.

  • Facebook's Soaring Profits Propelled by Mobile Ads

    Facebook's Soaring Profits Propelled by Mobile Ads

    Zuckerberg, wasn't basking in what he modestly described as a "good quarter." Instead, he was looking ahead to the next wave.

  • For First Father, Protectiveness Gives Way to Pride

    For First Father, Protectiveness Gives Way to Pride

    President Barack Obama moved his family into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue 5 1/2 years ago vowing to shield his young daughters from the prying eyes of the public and the media.

  • Arizona Takes Nearly 2 Hours to Execute Inmate

    Arizona Takes Nearly 2 Hours to Execute Inmate

    In an eerie parallel to a botched execution in Oklahoma in April, Joseph R. Wood III repeatedly gasped for one hour and 40 minutes on Wednesday, according to witnesses, before dying.

  • Iconic Piano from Casablanca Goes on Auction in New York

    Iconic Piano from Casablanca Goes on Auction in New York

    The iconic piano from Hollywood romance "Casablanca", the highlight of more than two dozen collectors' items from the fabled war-time classic, goes on sale at auction in New York in November this year.

  • Getting From Gaza to Israel, by Underground Tunnels

    Getting From Gaza to Israel, by Underground Tunnels

    The Israeli military said the focus of its ground operations in Gaza is to destroy the labyrinth of tunnels from the strip into Israel that can be used for launching attacks.

  • LinkedIn Does Another Deal, Buying Bizo

    LinkedIn Does Another Deal, Buying Bizo

    The social network for professionals made its second acquisition in as many weeks, agreeing to acquire the marketing firm Bizo for about $175 million.

  • Hamas Gambled on War As Its Woes Grew in Gaza

    Hamas Gambled on War As Its Woes Grew in Gaza

    When war between Israel and Hamas broke out two weeks ago, the Palestinian militant group was so hamstrung, politically, economically and diplomatically, that its leaders appeared to feel they had nothing to lose.

  • Blog Posts on Article About Alibaba's China Leadership Links Censored

    Blog Posts on Article About Alibaba's China Leadership Links Censored

    Posts about a New York Times article on Alibaba's close ties to descendants of China's leaders have been removed by censors, a censorship monitoring group said on Tuesday.

  • New York to Announce Arrests Made in International Hacking Case

    New York to Announce Arrests Made in International Hacking Case

    New York's district attorney said the city will announce arrests and criminal charges on Wednesday in a major international hacking case that spans from Russia to New York.

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